My Favorite Restaurants in Astoria OR

You have your salmon fishing booked for Buoy 10, and you also have your hotel reserved. Now let’s talk about some of the different restaurants you might want to try during your fishing trip to Astoria, Oregon.

I’m going to tell you about a handful of my very favorite Restaurants while you’re visiting Astoria along the Lower Columbia River estuary.

South Jetty Dining Room and Bar

Information: 1015 Pacific Dr, Hammond, OR; website

South Jetty not only has great food, including prime rib on the weekends, but it’s also right near the Hammond Marina, where you’ll be fishing. For those of you who like the nightlife, karaoke starts on Fridays and Saturdays at 9:00 p.m.

Buoy 9 Restaurant and Lounge

Information: 996 Pacific Dr, Hammond, OR; Facebook page 

This one is right across the street, so it’s also near my boat during the Buoy 10 salmon season and fall crabbing.

For my money, Buoy 9 Restaurant and Lounge serves some of the best fresh seafood in town, along with a delicious steak.

Rogue Pier 39 Public House

Information: 100 39th St, Astoria, OR; website

This is another one of my favorite places to eat in Astoria. After dinner, the Rogue offers a free museum in the back. Check out old fishing equipment and commercial fishing gear. I highly recommend going here.

Mo’s Restaurant

Information: 101 15th St, Astoria, OR: website

Mo’s is a relatively new arrival to Astoria but a longtime staple along the Oregon Coast. This restaurant is most famous for its clam chowder. I highly recommend getting the chowder served in a bread bowl. It is absolutely delicious.

Bowpicker Fish and Chips

Information: 1634 Duane St, Astoria, OR; website

The Bowpicker is actually an old fishing boat that sells deep-fried tuna. I highly recommend them if you’re looking for some of the best deep-fried fish in Astoria.

Your Own Home

That’s right. Chances are very good that when you come salmon fishing with me near Astoria, you’ll head home with plenty of fresh salmon.

Check out my post on my favorite ways to prepare fresh-caught salmon. These methods are simply delicious.


This is just a small list of restaurants in Astoria, Oregon, that I can personally recommend. From breweries to steak, seafood or even fast food, you will find it all in Astoria.

When salmon fishing with Marvin’s Guide Service, be sure to talk to him about different restaurants and breweries. He loves to talk about food and share his experiences with you.

Please feel free to leave in the comments some of your favorite restaurants and breweries in the Astoria area.



A chinook salmon and a coho salmon caught at the Hammond Marina.

Clients holding chinook and coho salmon.

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